An original Studebaker in that beautiful factory correct Gold, be the envy of all your friends!
In the days of modified everything, it is nice to find a classic still in its original condition. Drive it the way it was meant to be driven!
This 1963 Daytona was built for export and is believed to be one of just 36 convertibles out of the total 1015 exports that year. It was located in Holland in 1999 and imported into Germany where work was done to get it ready for the road. In February of 2000 the car was then shipped to the United States.
During the winter of 2005/6 the car then went through an extensive restoration. The car was stripped down to just a shell. It has received multiple new old stock body panels and complete paint. The suspension had all been replaced with new bushings and joints. The engine gaskets were all changed and a valve job was done. The interior was replaced with the correct pattern material. 400+ photos of restoration with paperwork available.
Unfortunately in 2017 the car was in an accident. It has received more NOS sheetmetal and trim and brought back to pre-accident condition. Car runs and drives great but is in need of a new home.
Put the top down, reach onto the column, shift into first and enjoy the simplicity of life in 1963 as you cruise along!